“Jose Mourinho is the right person for the job, it’s normal. They need to hold on to him and give him money to spend and rebuild the squad.”
Jose needs funds to rebuild good team
Tottenham Hotspur requires primary make-up led by Jose Mourinho, says Alan Hutton. The Portuguese need money to be accessible through several transfer windows. A trusted trainer asks questions in the north of London just a few months after his arrival. Having decided to part with Mauricio Pochettino in November 2019. The Spurs turned to former Chelsea and Manchester United bosses for inspiration. Untimely injuries conspired against Mourinho, among the excluded were Harry Kane and Heung-min Son, but he hardly motivated his new squad as a collective. Hutton believes that a long-term recovery project needs to be supervised. And for Mourinho to make his mark, significant funds and more than one recruiting market will be required.
Spurs have quality squad
The ex-Spurs defender told reporters, “Where do you start with Tottenham Hotspur?” I think there were warning signs, even last season – to take the Champions League final, and I think they were disappointed before that. “They change their manager, and they have such a rebound with Mourinho. Even though they are in a better position, I just think that everything they do; Spurs leak away goals, formation, they are everywhere.”Yes, you can argue about injuries, this is a bad list of injuries, three, four key players, agree. “It’s terrible, but they still have a quality squad, and I think everyone forgets about it. They talk about Harry Kane and Son and Moussa Sissoko, but they still have an excellent team.
Mourinho is right person for Tottenham
“At this level, they should be able to keep the ball off the net, and they have enough quality going forward. “I think this is massive work, and it will not be solved in the summer, I think it will be several transfer windows. If they consider “Mourinho is the right person for the job, it’s normal, they need to hold on to him and give him money to spend and rebuild the squad. I think that it needs to be redone.” Spurs entered the coronavirus break from competitive actions, sat in eighth place in the Premier League table, dropping seven points to the top four from the FA Cup and Champions League competition.